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    Quote Originally Posted by sen View Post
    Don't forget that at Super Series Final, only 2 players from China can play. If Chen Jin is not entered, there goes his chances to collect 7000+ points easily. Meanwhile, PG most likely would be in semi final in Super Series final.
    Yes.. the BWF rules and awarded qualification points for SSF is quite unfair for CJ, PD, WZM !! But If CJ wins CO and Korean GP I think he can pull it of anyway. and I think MO + AE 2012 is also a possibility to get more points than PG
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    what's the qualification for SSF? Please advise.

    BTW, the BWF is the most discrimination orgranization I have never seen before. Under those discriminative rules, there's no way to go professional for the sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    what's the qualification for SSF? Please advise.

    BTW, the BWF is the most discrimination orgranization I have never seen before. Under those discriminative rules, there's no way to go professional for the sport.
    Top 8 Superseries ranking, but maxmim two finalist per country so Chen Jin Pengyu Du, Wang Zhenming are not allowed in final, as LD and CL has collected more points, even though they qualify in top 8 on the SuperSeries total point table.. So they are not allowed by BWF to play the final, which gives a huge amount of BWF ranking points even to the lossers of the 8.man tournament. They are therefore shut out form these world-ranking points that will be avarded to less skilled players due to the rules.

    I think it is Ok that they limit the finals to two per country, but if they do that they should not award big world-ranking points to the "eligable"players. that makes a mockery of their whole ranking system imop.. If the idea is that the ranking should somewhat reflect players strength in playing badminton, at least
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    Ok, here is what I will do if I am the head coach of team China.

    The points after HK Open;

    1 MAS Lee Chong Wei 70617 8
    2 CHN Lin Dan 64776 9
    3 CHN Chen Jin 63000 10
    4 CHN Chen Long 61740 9
    5 DEN Peter Hoeg Gade 60953 9

    We still have 3 SSP + SSF, 2 SS and 4 GP Gold left for the qualification. Let’s deal with PG first, the best results for him will be SF for all of the last 4 big point’s t’ments (3 SSP + SSF). More realistic is 3 SF + 1 QF. That will bring his total to 75413; any further SF places will be just discarded (*).

    Now, for the next 2 big ones, China Open and SSF let’s say LD and LCW both got 1 win and 1 runner’s up. For the China Open, both CL and CJ are in PG’s half the worst case scenario for CJ will be QF for him with PG in SF. For that, I will send LD and CL to the SSF and CJ to a GP gold t’ment to pick up the 7000 points. Most likely CJ will be going to Macau Gold in December. Again, let’s say both PG and CL will be in the last 4.
    The points tally will be;

    1 MAS Lee Chong Wei 90967 10
    2 CHN Lin Dan 80806 11
    3 CHN Chen Long 75940 11
    4 DEN Peter Hoeg Gade 72753 11
    5 CHN Chen Jin 68430 12

    This is important as by then both LD and CL’s points are well passed PG’s maximum possible thus they have the free hands to help CJ that I’m sure they will. Out of the last 4 big point’s t’ments in the New Year, all CJ needed are 2 QF (SSP & SS), 1 SF (SSP) and 1 SS winner plus the 3 GP golds as reserves, if needed.

    points with the above scenario;

    3 CHN Chen Jin 76900 16
    5 DEN Peter Gade 75413 15

    (*)- even with the unlikely event that PG pick up 9200 more points as a winner for the 2 remaining SS, CJ can still catch him up by getting the other 3 GP gold. Probably more chance for that than PG to win a title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Top 8 Superseries ranking, but maxmim two finalist per country so Chen Jin Pengyu Du, Wang Zhenming are not allowed in final, as LD and CL has collected more points, even though they qualify in top 8 on the SuperSeries total point table.. So they are not allowed by BWF to play the final, which gives a huge amount of BWF ranking points even to the lossers of the 8.man tournament. They are therefore shut out form these world-ranking points that will be avarded to less skilled players due to the rules.
    Thanks 2beer.

    I really lost my interest in following this, why bother to follow the points calculation based on such bias rules. I hate BWF which is the biggest cheater, liar. They always lie who's the best badminton player in the world!

    I give up my attention on this stupid topic. Thank you for your enlightening. Even Alan granted all three players, CJ, LD and CL big points for SSF in his previous calculation. I thought he knows all. I am not blaming him, I blame the ridiculous BWF rules.
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    Default shameless Taufik, Lee CW, Peter Gade and BWF

    Under the most unfair BWF rules, Chen Jin suffered a lot in ranking points: no team event points, no super series final points, risky opportunity to all quota by nation events.....

    That's the reason Chen Jin ranked lower than Peter Gade, not because Peter Gade is a better player than Chen Jin.

    Shameless Taufik, Lee CW, and Peter Gade were invited to play the so called heaven kings (rest in heaven?) event, and grab millions of dollars for losing. At the same time, Taufik, LCW and PG reached an agreement to block Chen Jin's rising in the ranking. What shameless players! Not dare to face to face fight!

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    just noticed that Chen Jin is seeded No1 for the forthcoming Korean GP Gold.
    As the old saying goes: "Great minds think alike".

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    just noticed that Chen Jin is seeded No1 for the forthcoming Korean GP Gold.
    As the old saying goes: "Great minds think alike".
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    For any GP Gold tournament, surely players with top BWF Rankings will be seeded higher.

    It looks like CJ will win this forthcoming Korean GP Gold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Top 8 Superseries ranking, but maxmim two finalist per country so Chen Jin Pengyu Du, Wang Zhenming are not allowed in final, as LD and CL has collected more points, even though they qualify in top 8 on the SuperSeries total point table.. So they are not allowed by BWF to play the final, which gives a huge amount of BWF ranking points even to the lossers of the 8.man tournament. They are therefore shut out form these world-ranking points that will be avarded to less skilled players due to the rules.

    I think it is Ok that they limit the finals to two per country, but if they do that they should not award big world-ranking points to the "eligable"players. that makes a mockery of their whole ranking system imop.. If the idea is that the ranking should somewhat reflect players strength in playing badminton, at least
    Sorry twobeer, i don't really get it! Did you mean that the coming Super Series FINALS will EXCLUDE both Lin Dan and Chen Long (and LCW as well) because they already collected sufficient points (for Oly qualification)???

    So this SS Finals tournament is NOT intended as the concluding clash among the best of the best (with limit of max 2 players from one country)??? So what's the real purpose of this tournament then???
    a jackpot of Oly points to those lucky weaker players???

    It's just a BIG JOKE if they exclude LD, CL and LCW from attending due to some ridiculous regulations!!
    Definitely such tournament can't claim any "best" attribute with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelana View Post
    Sorry twobeer, i don't really get it! Did you mean that the coming Super Series FINALS will EXCLUDE both Lin Dan and Chen Long (and LCW as well) because they already collected sufficient points (for Oly qualification)???

    So this SS Finals tournament is NOT intended as the concluding clash among the best of the best (with limit of max 2 players from one country)??? So what's the real purpose of this tournament then???
    a jackpot of Oly points to those lucky weaker players???

    It's just a BIG JOKE if they exclude LD, CL and LCW from attending due to some ridiculous regulations!!
    Definitely such tournament can't claim any "best" attribute with it
    That's absolutely not the point - the point is that every country can only send 2 players, so LD and CL are the ones from China to go. Chen Jin and Du Pengyu can't go, even if they're in the top 8, because LD and CL are so much better in terms of ranking points. And as AlanY mentioned - China will definitely send them to keep them ahead of PG. After the SSF, they'll concentrate on slipping CJ past PG, and honestly - there's not much the others can do about that. Of course they can try to win, but other than LCW, they shouldn't stand much of a chance against him, especially not Taufik.

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    A similar situation regarding the WS selection for the stupid SSF. After the China Open, Wang Shixian at No 3 is less than 4000 points above the 3 players below her. As only 2 players from each country to play I guess WSX will go with whoever lost in the China Open to the SSF. As both WX and WYH don’t really need the points and the ‘free points’ from the SSF could push WSX down to No 5 if she is not going.

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    thanks j4ckie for the explanation!

    well, seeing here what a Simon can do over Peter, and before that Shon Wan Ho got pretty close with it, it may not be that easy for Peter to gain the SF position in coming SSF... over time the way ahead is just getting tougher for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    A similar situation regarding the WS selection for the stupid SSF. After the China Open, Wang Shixian at No 3 is less than 4000 points above the 3 players below her. As only 2 players from each country to play I guess WSX will go with whoever lost in the China Open to the SSF. As both WX and WYH don’t really need the points and the ‘free points’ from the SSF could push WSX down to No 5 if she is not going.
    You know SSF used to offer only prize money and CHN showed contempt. So BWF decided to add huge ranking points and CHN got interested. Well, if CHN had gone along right from the beginning, SSF would not have offered ranking points. How would CHN know they would end up trapping themselves with their guile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    You know SSF used to offer only prize money and CHN showed contempt. So BWF decided to add huge ranking points and CHN got interested. Well, if CHN had gone along right from the beginning, SSF would not have offered ranking points. How would CHN know they would end up trapping themselves with their guile?
    The idea of the SSF is great but the execution is terrible. An end of year exhibition t’ment with huge money for the best players is great, unfortunately it offered neither. Not to mention that it used to be a t’ment that might or might not happen at somewhere nobody sure until a few weeks before. And it should not offer ranking points as it is invitation, a closed t’ment for a few only. Money wasn’t good enough so that people will drop everything and attend in a short notice thus CHN and KOR decided to skip it before. As for the best players, again to limit 2 per country defeat the idea of fair play. Imagine to any other sports, tennis for example, with a rule like this you probably spend more time on court (of law) than the court to play. Can you imagine the WTA tell the walliams sisters that they only allow 1 williams per t’ment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    You know SSF used to offer only prize money and CHN showed contempt. So BWF decided to add huge ranking points and CHN got interested. Well, if CHN had gone along right from the beginning, SSF would not have offered ranking points. How would CHN know they would end up trapping themselves with their guile?
    If they want to attract players with prizemoney, they should start realizing that 40.000 USD for the winner of the SSF is RIDICILOUS!!!

    40.000 USD for the winner of the tour is a mockery of our great sport imop! That's f-n less than what a Men-Singelsplayer loosing in the third round of Wimbledon gets :-( !!

    With Ranking points they kind of force players to participate, but when they at the same time limit the number of Chineese athletes they allow, they effectively will hand out ranklingpoints for free to players who are less skilled/ranked that would not be able to beat the excluded players Like Chen Jin (Or Chen Long if CJ would have been ranked higher).. Maybe China should ber happy that they allowed 2 players and not one ;-) If they only allowed one per country Lin Dan would have been excluded
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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    If they want to attract players with prizemoney, they should start realizing that 40.000 USD for the winner of the SSF is RIDICILOUS!!!

    40.000 USD for the winner of the tour is a mockery of our great sport imop! That's f-n less than what a Men-Singelsplayer loosing in the third round of Wimbledon gets :-( !!

    With Ranking points they kind of force players to participate, but when they at the same time limit the number of Chineese athletes they allow, they effectively will hand out ranklingpoints for free to players who are less skilled/ranked that would not be able to beat the excluded players Like Chen Jin (Or Chen Long if CJ would have been ranked higher).. Maybe China should ber happy that they allowed 2 players and not one ;-) If they only allowed one per country Lin Dan would have been excluded
    I agree the prize money was very little.

    In the past, I think we have had cancellations of WGPF/SSF (in whatever form), because of lack of sponsorship....so my question is how to attract sponsors to the tournament?

    So, let's look at it from the sponsors point of view....

    If I was a sponsor, I would be very hesitant to put money into a tournament when

    a) top players do not turn up.

    b) if they do, players from the same country pussy foot around in matches

    c) when fewer countries participate, that limits my marketing exposure across different countries (from lack of interest amongst non-participating countries)


    So twobeer, if I am a sponsor, what other solutions are there to attract my dollars bearing in mind I want value for my sponsorship money and badminton doesn't have the same profile as motor racing, tennis.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    I agree the prize money was very little.

    In the past, I think we have had cancellations of WGPF/SSF (in whatever form), because of lack of sponsorship....so my question is how to attract sponsors to the tournament?

    So, let's look at it from the sponsors point of view....

    If I was a sponsor, I would be very hesitant to put money into a tournament when

    a) top players do not turn up.

    b) if they do, players from the same country pussy foot around in matches

    c) when fewer countries participate, that limits my marketing exposure across different countries (from lack of interest amongst non-participating countries)


    So twobeer, if I am a sponsor, what other solutions are there to attract my dollars bearing in mind I want value for my sponsorship money and badminton doesn't have the same profile as motor racing, tennis.....
    To attract sponsors we need to be honest about what players and matchas that are the "moneymakers".. Just look at the "four kings" 4-players and still more sponsormoney than 3 std. SS put together!! For just four players !!

    The only solution short term I see is to break out mens singles to start with as a completetly separate event. The packaging needs to be change to attract sponsors. Also, when always negotiating a total sum of prizemoney to be split over five disciplines I think it will not be able to rise quickly enough for individual players that rank below the absolute top to be able to be make a decent living just from the prizemoney they earn! Maybe there could still be a number of "ranking" tournaments similar to todays set up and change the premier SS to mens singles primary. Sort of like ATP and WTP split.. I also think there needs to be more match-ticketing instead of "event/day" ticketing to be able to diversify prizing more and get more ticket income..

    And about the profile compared to motor racing, tennis, I really think its the chicken and egg thing.. would tennis be high profile if parents and fans didnt see how much money the winners where making? If a huge fanbase willing to spend money on the sport exists, then sponsors will be interested.. If sponsors interest are high and lost of money are at stakes.. More fans will be attracted and also more people want to become pros...

    Personally I hope Chineese and Asian businessmen will prefer to sponsor poplar games with Asian domince like badminton etc. instead of pouring their money on "american" sports.. I think Asia has a great future and i think sooner or later the western countries like US, have to take some of the culture AND SPORT from the east, not only the other way around !!
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